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December 9, 2004 | From Associated Press
A film industry group has sued Kaleidescape Inc., claiming the company's home theater jukebox system makes illegal copies of movie DVDs. The DVD Copy Control Assn. alleges that its copy protection technology, known as the Content Scramble System, is being misused in the Kaleidescape System that makes copies of DVDs onto a hard drive and allows users to access the video library from anywhere in a home. The Copy Control Assn.
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December 9, 2004 | From Associated Press
A film industry group has sued Kaleidescape Inc., claiming the company's home theater jukebox system makes illegal copies of movie DVDs. The DVD Copy Control Assn. alleges that its copy protection technology, known as the Content Scramble System, is being misused in the Kaleidescape System that makes copies of DVDs onto a hard drive and allows users to access the video library from anywhere in a home. The Copy Control Assn.
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September 8, 2008 | Michelle Quinn, Times Staff Writer
RealNetworks Inc. is expected to announce today a new software program that will for the first time give consumers a simple and legal way to copy movies and TV shows from DVDs onto their computers. Called RealDVD, the software will target mobile professionals who want to take their video libraries on the road to watch on their laptops. Although the company says its product is for copying movies one owns, nothing stops someone from using it to copy rented DVDs. The $30 product will go on sale this month.
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April 3, 2005 | Jon Healey, Times Staff Writer
Having made two fortunes developing high-tech products for businesses, Michael Malcolm decided to try his hand at entertainment gear for the home. His company's digitally powered products have won plaudits from reviewers for making it easier to manage and enjoy DVDs.
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